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- Literature referred to in the text should conform to the following format: (Dahlgren 1995: 12).
- Bibliographical descriptions of the publications referred to in the text are to be presented in a list at the end of the article, after the notes. The list is called References if it comprises only literature referred to in the text; it is to be called References and bibliography if it also includes literature not referred to in the text. Bibliographical descriptions should be 10 point type-size 0.5 cm-indented hanging and conform to the following
DAHLGREN, Peter. 1995. Television and the Public Sphere: Citizenship, Democracy, and the Media. Thousand Oaks, CA:
ASEN, Robert. 2002. Imagining the Public Sphere. Philosophy and Rhetoric
35.4, pp. 345-67.
- Chapter in an edited book:
FOWLER, Robert Booth. 1995. Community: Reflections on
Definition. In: Etzioni, A. (Ed.), New Communitarian Thinking: Persons, Virtues, Institutions and Communities: 88-95. Charlottesville: University of Virginia
Press, pp. 88-95.
LUBAR, Steven. 2004. The
Museum as Public Shere. Paper presented at "Public
Sphere and American Cultures" Conference, June 4-6, Brown